It may seem that the Samsung Galaxy Nexus has been slow to arrive on American shores, but there's reason to believe it will hit the ground running.
TheAndroid faithful are placing their 4G hopes and dreams in a video circulating today that shows the new Google Ice Cream Sandwich phone on Verizon's LTE Network clocking in at download speeds between 8-10Mbps. The silent videographer notes on the screen that the test is being conducted over a less-than-ideal connection--indoors and with only two bars.Related storiesSamsung Galaxy Nexus photo testSamsung Galaxy Nexus hands-on video
If you're not salivating yet, this comes as Verizon is planning a big 4G rollout next year, CNET's Roger Cheng reports today. Let's hope all this speed will be totally frictionless; we wouldn't want to melt that new Ice Cream Sandwich.
You can watch the speed test below:
(Via UberGizmo)Eric Mack Crave freelancer Eric Mack is a writer and radio producer based somewhere high in the Rocky Mountains in a "one bar" service area (for both drinks and 3G). He has reported for NPR, Wired, and The New York Times and was previously an editor for AOL. He recently completed his first e-book on the Android OS. Eric is a member of the CNET Blog Network and is not an employee of CBS Interactive. E-mail Eric. Follow @ericcmack Topics: Phones, Smartphones, Android Tags: Nexus Prime, Android, Speedtest, Galaxy Nexus, Samsung, Ice Cream Sandwich